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Ford Offering Two-Year Warranty, Special Pricing On Motorcraft Batteries: Video

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Automotive batteries are one of those things that we often forget about until it’s too late. So with the new year upon us, now is a good time to take advantage of a new special offer from Ford. From now through January 31st, 2021, Ford is selling its Motorcraft batteries for a special price of $104.95, which also come with a 2-year or 24-month battery replacement warranty to boot.

The special Motorcraft batteries deal does require an exchange and doesn’t include taxes or installation, for those that need it. The warranty does cover complimentary towing with dealer-installed batteries, however, which is a nice perk for those that do find themselves stranded one day with a dead battery.

In addition to the Motorcraft batteries offer, Ford has a few other special deals on its plate for the new year as well. Those looking for a fresh set of tires can buy four Goodyear or Kelly tires and get up to a $75 rebate by mail, or just take advantage of Ford’s low price tire guarantee, which will beat any competitor’s price for up to 30 days.

As has been the case for some time now, Ford is also still offering its The Works service package, which includes a tire rotation and pressure check, brake inspection, vehicle checkup, fluid top-off, battery test, filter check, and belts and hoses check for a special price that varies by region.

Other current offers include Motorcraft brake pads with installation for $99.95 or less, complete brake jobs with rotors and pads for $179.95 or less, wiper blades for $19.96, and free battery checks and brake inspections. As always, owners can scope out all the current deals by heading over to the Ford Owner’s site.

We’ll have more deals and special offers like these to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

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  1. Robert Bradley

    What they fail to mention is that these warranties DO NOT apply to batteries bought in brand new vehicles. The batteries in my 2019 F350 King Ranch went bad at 34 months and the dealerships would NOT exchange them or offer me any kind of prorate. They said the original batteries are only covered under the 36,000 bumper to bumper warranty. Then they had the nerve to try and sell me new batteries at full price. No thank you! I went straight out and bought two new Interstate batteries and I’m trading my Ford in on a new Dodge. I’ll never buy Ford or Motorcraft again if this is how they do business.

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